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Posted 07-01-2011 at 10:59 AM byrocket357 (Musings on technology, philosophy, and life in the corporate world)
Hevithan commented on my Roku blog post yesterday, so while I was responding I'd realized that in the original post I hadn't even mentioned one of the coolest features we use heavily on our Roku: Roksbox. Here's the "top level view":
Roksbox is a channel for the Roku...just like Hulu, Netflix, Pandora, Amazon Prime, etc... you access it with the same ease and speed as the other channels. (Note: there's a one-time "registration" fee of $15 USD for Roksbox...and...
Posted 06-30-2011 at 10:03 AM bykostya Updated 07-31-2011 at 11:24 AM bykostya
OK now! Have upgraded to Fedora 15 and GNOME 3!!!
Well it's not so bad, though definitely different. One good thing I've always been looking for is a clean desktop space -- this has been achieved. A very different look and feel of the desktop has its positive sides, too. Never liked GNOME, but now I feel better about it.
Not to say that there are no problems running GNOME 3 in Fedora 15. I'll share here just solutions to the problems I haven't found yet in Internet....
My website: www.bhupendra.me.uk
On my website I have my CV, more importantly, I have
written about why I use Linux and especially Ubuntu as my desktop.
I am also in the process of writing about how I designed the website with GIMP, HTML5 and php.
I also hope to write about My diabetes type 2.
The upgrade to Natty did go smoothly, but Unity
was broken. Had to do a fresh install. Everything
works now. There has been a lot of controversy
regarding Ubuntu's move to Unity. As far as I am concerned,
it does not make much difference whether it is Gnome 3.0 or
Unity, so long as it works. Even KDE is good. Once you get
familiarized however the desktop is organized matters less so long as it is Linux.
I like Ubuntu and will stick with it. For that...